What can I do with a biology degree?
A biology degree prepares students for the study of living organisms. The B.A. is a solid science degree with more general education classes than are required by the B.S. degree. The B.A. can also include secondary-school teacher certification.
Should I pursue a B.S. in biology?
With a B.S. in biology, you can pursue graduate study leading to research in the basic sciences; careers in natural biology such as marine biology, genetic counseling, physiology, biotechnology, ecotoxicology, and research; or employment in industry or government.
The biomedical emphasis is strong preparation for medical, dental, and other medically based graduate programs such as optometry, pharmacy, health education, and public health.
- B.A. Biology, Teacher Certification for Grades 7-12
- B.S. Biology, Research Emphasis
- B.S. Biology, Biomedical Emphasis
Admission to Teacher Education
You can find out more information about admission to the teacher education program via the School of Education and Psychology.
Specialized Program Handbooks